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COVID-19, Pandemic
early birds
post Posted: Jun 23 2021, 01:14 PM
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https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/sydney/nine-...arty/ar-AALkdjE

New restrictions have been introduced in Sydney after a spike of 16 new coronavirus cases in NSW.

A further 13 new cases have been diagnosed since the 24-hour cut off, which will be included in tomorrow's official numbers.
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looks like we gonna be f$$%%cked again!!! weirdsmiley.gif




 
plastic
post Posted: Jun 21 2021, 06:35 PM
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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Jun 21 2021, 11:09 AM

Too late for mully n co.

He probably got his jab because he wanted a day off work...🙄




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early birds
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https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/tg...mber/ar-AALee4r

Australian's medicines regulator says it does not expect key data from the country's third major COVID-19 vaccine hopeful Novavax to land before September after delays to the company's global regulatory filings.


Australia still has 51 million doses of the Novavax vaccine on order, which are expected to land later this year. At the start of this week, the company revealed phase 3 trial data showing its product had 90 per cent efficacy and was 100 per cent effective in protecting against moderate and severe disease.

The studies that are going on right now are going to show how our vaccine is effective at boosting and has a safety profile that's favourable."

Novavax has no operations in Australia so is partnering with Sydney business Biocelect to lodge documents for regulatory approval of its vaccine.

"Timing of approval is still the subject of ongoing interactions with the regulatory authorities; however, Novavax and Biocelect are working towards having final submissions sometime in Q3 2021," a spokesman for the companies said.

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hope we can see prop data ----esp from safety side of thingy!!

 
plastic
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I guess with all the delays encountered by them it must just be coincidence that US data is to be released in Independence Day week. Even though British data has been known for a long time.

Occasionally you just have to stop and wonder if it is all some sort of rigged game.


https://www.biocentury.com/article/637086/n...ubmission-in-3q



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By Steve Usdin, Washington Editor Jun 11, 2021 | 12:30 PM NZSTNovavax expects to disclose results from the U.S. Phase III trial of its COVID-19 vaccine next week, Stanley Erck, its president and CEO, said Thursday at an event marking the start of construction of the company's new campus in Gaithersburg, Maryland.




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plastic
post Posted: Jun 19 2021, 10:29 AM
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Wonder if this has anything to do with the delays Novavax is encountering. TPP delays were all about biologic data.

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/new-zealand-a...QCM7GGWB57WTI4/

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New Zealand and UK aim to conclude trade talks in August.


Trade Minister Damien O'Connor is in London for talks over a free trade agreement between New Zealand and the UK. Photo / RNZ
Trade Minister Damien O'Connor is in London for talks over a free trade agreement between New Zealand and the UK. Photo / RNZ


New Zealand and the UK have committed to accelerating their free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations with the aim of reaching an agreement in principle this August, Trade Minister Damien O'Connor says.

"We've held constructive and productive discussions towards the conclusion of a high-quality and comprehensive FTA that will support sustainable and inclusive trade, and help drive New Zealand's economic recovery from Covid," O'Connor said in a statement.




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plastic
post Posted: Jun 18 2021, 03:00 PM
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She's done it!
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coro...ZTY2FJ2P7PFINM/




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plastic
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I read somewhere that the PFE vaccine contains over 80 different patents with probably just as many patent owners. In other words, the PFE patent is not owned by PFE.

Who is clipping the ticket on these patents for the vaccine? Biontech was their partner and it was said to have been developed by them. But nobody knows who owns the patents they used.
Merck v Integra stipulated the parameters for safe harbour use until commercialization. The funny thing is, deploying the vaccine under EUA conditions probably, somehow sidesteps this decision and can therefore sidestep the royalties and other commercial issues.

Thus, no deal so far. But only two weeks to go before Independence Day.




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nipper
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https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-57492961
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Australia. New Zealand. Singapore. Vietnam. Japan. Hong Kong. South Korea. Taiwan.

These places in the Asia Pacific region have all been praised for their pandemic response; with several ranked among the best in the world.

All were able to get on top of Covid 19 in 2020 through aggressive actions like strict lockdowns and contact tracing, which were later often replicated by the rest of the world.

Yet in the second year of the pandemic, they are being challenged by new issues. Stronger variants have broken through established defences, creating the worst outbreaks yet in some countries. ......




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nipper
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and that is pushing things out well into 2022.



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early birds
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We have been very clear all along that that external supply from outside Australia is limited for the time being. We will be increasing, over the next couple of months and particularly towards the end of the year, where we will have 40 million doses of Pfizer by the end of the year. They have promised us that.

We will have Moderna coming as well in September and onwards and the Novavax vaccine we have prepurchased. We still dont have a date for that one but that is on the horizon.

https://www.afr.com/politics/federal/victor...20210617-p5821q

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by year end to have novavax..... tongue.gif



 
 


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